Wednesday, May 30, 2012

One of Each by Mary Ann Hoberman

Oliver Tolliver lived all alone.  He lived in his own house that had one of each. He had everything he needed and no more.  Everything was fine until he met Peggoty Small and invited her over to his house.  But he did not have enough to share with her because he just had one of each.  Peggoty teaches Oliver that sharing is fun and it is much better to have many friends than none.  This book has a great rhythm and is fun to read.  Kindergarteners and first-graders will enjoy this book and the unique illustrations.
By Payne N.

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